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|2021 Dodge Challenger||2021 Chevy Camaro|
|303 hp||275 hp|
|16.2 cu. ft.||9.1 cu. ft.|
|5 Passengers||4 Passengers|
|Rear Head Room|
|37.1 in.||33.5 in.|
For more than 50 years and across numerous generational updates, the Dodge Challenger and the Chevy Camaro have been leading options for local drivers who crave excitement behind the wheel. As you prepare to upgrade to your next high-performance vehicle, the Challenger and the Camaro are understandably among your top options. While they have a few modest similarities, the Challenger and the Camaro are stunningly unique. These individual traits could help you to make your next car selection with confidence.
The differences between the Challenger and the Camaro begin on the exterior. For 2021, the Dodge Challenger has a squared-off front end with a power scoop embedded in the middle of the otherwise flat hood. This throwback design highlights the Challenger’s heritage and power. Simultaneously, the Challenger has two rounded LED light elements on the front and an elongated rear fascia that holds the Dodge emblem and the taillights. Notably, the Challenger has strong definition over the rear and front haunches, a trunk spoiler, and beefy tires. The Camaro, on the other hand, has a thin grille with relatively flat LED headlights. The hood is sculpted, and the sides have a modest definition.
While the exterior of the 2021 Dodge Challenger is unrelentingly athletic, the interior boasts best-in-close passenger seating. It also has premium features like a UConnect navigation system, a digital instrumentation screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a high-level sound system, sport seats, and more. The 2021 Chevy Camaro’s dashboard has a unique design with a deep scoop running across most of its length. This places the infotainment system’s screen at a downward-facing angle. Round air vents and accent stitching also define its style.
The most powerful engine available in the 2021 Dodge Challenger is a HEMI High-Output V8, 6.2-liter supercharged engine that generates 807 horsepower. The 2021 Camaro’s top engine is a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 DI engine that produces 650 horsepower. Both models are available with other powertrains.
The Johnson Dodge Chrysler Jeep sales department is ready to serve you as you continue learning about the 2021 Challenger. To compare the powertrains available through a test drive and for a tour of our showroom, schedule your visit by calling or emailing us today.
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